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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 2 February 1900

f?*' *J V i h 1 *■*. * ~+ A «■ - k.9 • «► uMy • • •,■ ^ -.'T **M ■ -3 ..V„,er I'i $ it:;- . wV Bad. \ I ''I f4 v,' F? - 'jBHK ft! 11 J: I p. I ' ] ■ M m j" v^V*V*,'V*W^r*V^V^V*V^V 1 * Wl|y Don't You Let Your Horses i : X, i? •' t-v I * i; .5 4$ K ■ If- ■ 't ";W V ! 1 I; I": I •• r ;a^-' ".!. I|i • ••. ^ t 1 ■ to';.;- v> Hi JRte 1 m&f- I L'1' sfe "m She can't resist you if you talte £ tier out in orre of ournew BUGGIES It's enjousri* to make Take "a Long PuH and: a Pull | alt ogre tin er'*'at our v $ • • ■ | Todraw one of ttiese Easy - IJuxvning. Vehicles? f Weiriake a Sfpex^iaFty of Plow Har- {iniess and.' gruararjtee to gfitre you | jfeatisfactionr-a-nyttifcg' tliafc lea- veis" our store must lae rigrti t or we will' m«tke it rugflit. ■■*'■ >, pi'WWWWA(i/'WWA(WWW'WA«#'W/VxA/'' 44 r I®*, ■ .V •:' V You en see cfearlf fit spite of the Smoke Raised toy our competitors; tfirat larger* facilities and careful use oftthem for- the benefft of !regulair customer® are the true prin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 9 February 1900

k(h K '—^■•■^rrv Vlr*A--^mJ ^•••"> - - ■'--: / ' \* ■■' Jf MM sawfcweaewhe MM I i WW MiMim imiM ■ ■ atfmi ctmfMJ ww> Vol. 11 No. 13. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR CO., TEX., FRIDAY. FEB. 9, 1900. "Whole No.. 53.5 fear*#* r*«*riv.T.T,rui* «* *««% vtffvjinrr «** ivmi tvw*w vnwu tUniwrti vr* m jmmym **+*%■•*> * ~n* «* rs _ . • __ _ , <£v iil* <&■ _K ( tQw / r 1$/ •5?T w "©■ ^ fi 44 w w # #■ # 2=* / . v . -. c:s i-b> v* i -<A Clothing &. shown us. here to stay. -4. o We tafea pleasure in announcing to our frieii&s aud customers our many thanks for past favoi | further announce that we are well pleased with our business in Seymour and that we are So we now offer you 25 per oent. reduction on all winter goods to move them cut before ;.;o- # ing to market to purchase next season's goods. Now is $he time to supply yourselves with dry goods, ^ clothing, furnishing goods, etc,, for the rest of the winter with less money than ever before. & $- $ F03? EXAMPLE: <$> $...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 9 February 1900

Wi! T %v * The fleuas. iMud Bf n fridu by ( atO. P. BARBER. Editor and Proprietor. SBYHOUR • r- - TBXABj fa tared at the poetofioe, at Saymetfr. T im | ■Moad-olaMmail matter. Wty Etftora in uataiiewn. DR. J. F. BUNKLEY. ®*T* *• Mim«* *Itm '«'• Knieiai, Sunn ut OMitriiiu. lowing sensible reasons why skep- [ ' tioiem exist among the newspa- per men: 4,One of the greateat sarin* located in S^oor soiieiu • f . , . . I the patroaace of the town and ooontry. OBUx trials for the newspaper profes- | , waatara Pharmacy. sion is that it* members are com pelted to see more of the world I than any other profession. Through all newspaper offloes TERMS or SUBSORIPTON, I passes day af\jer day all the wick- j Oaacopy.ona year si.w edness of the world, all ohurch bickerings, all vanities that want WWa I _ _ 4 M*a a aaaa Ma* ♦ eaee aa Ol#00pjt#lx Miootbl, aaaaStaaa aaaa OiioonfiUtfM mcmtk* aaaa aaaa •• aaaa aaaa.; _r i^rariabirinadTuoa. ,W Ito be repaired, and all the mistak-| ifaotaatd atriothr ia a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 9 February 1900

Ev-( 3>\ r 4 I §P } I '•.* K| Notice to Stockholders. The regular annual meeting the stockholders of the Haskell & Throckmorton Telegraph & Tele- phone Company will be held at the First National Bank office, h tbd pity of Seymour, *on the first Tuesday in Match, 1900, the sam being the 6th day of said month, for - the purpose of electing a board of direotors and the tran- saction of such other business ab may propetly come before it, after which, on the same day and at the same place, the* annual meeting of the Board of Director wilt be held fop the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year and to transact any other business that may properly come before it. G. P. Barbeb, Secretary H. & T. T. & T. Co., Seymour, Tex., Jan, 27, 1900. CDap of Seymoar, Showing the trade territory tributary to it. ' Seymour is now the trading point for the largest portion of the territory here shown, being the nearest R. R. point. Hard to Decide. Once there were tw® brothers wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 9 February 1900

iLHiaU The fletns. iMntd Kttri FrW*> b GEO. P. BARBER, Editox and Proprietor. ' SBYMO'JI? • - TEXAC Entered at the pi.ii tolRe«, taeyoioar.Ta*a«> «eoond-cittf*t>n ail mattur. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One oopy, one year *!. < Ono "opy,nil inwiths * ""• One copy. 11 i ft months W. rInrariubiyio advance. If not paid strictly la odvaaco. #2.00 tor oo - enr will be churged. Member X. X T. P. and X. I A. Ex. Cora. FRIDAY, FEB. 9, 18P9. m '*TA1T\T nlMM The following are announc- ed subject,, of course, to the ac- tion of the democratic party, for of ices as indicated. The JJEWS' terms of announce- ment will be as follows: ''District j $10. County, §5- 'Precinct, $2.^0. .No name inserted zvitkov.t the announcement fee is paid in advance, and no write-up. ether than merely to call at ■tent-ion to same will be given, z<rJess*paid far.at regular lo- ci I rates. This fee will in- clude the candidate's name on all democratic tickets free of J M >f .For DUtiiot Attorney ' B. ix fl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 9 February 1900

>*: '.tiT 4 1 V ■' \. • « - •' a / r /I ' ' *-♦ * * 3 w «■, **■ •ft" • .M. j . ffi I ■r * On and after March ifirst I will b© in the new building first door south of S. Ed- wards, where I will ^be pleased to see my many friends and cus- tomers. Will be pleased to -see you at my old stand until .March first. Respectfully, V i W. R. Lee. A Sal Accident, Paul, the 11-ypar-old son of J. A. Bussell, of Ve^a, happened to a very serious and probably fatfrl accident on Wednesday morning. While playing on a binder near -the house he fell running a trickle guard into his head jnst above the left ear, penetrating the skull and making a ghastly wound. Dr. Pistole, of this place, and Dr. Smith, of Goree, were called in and upou Dr. Pi3tele's return yes- terday ; evening he informed us that the young man* Was resting very well and might possibly're- cover, though the chances were against him. The News understand that/little vPink Edwards will euter the School Journal's contest for a scholarshi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 9 February 1900

I* W ) V v/ / r a y 0 i A ** M± WOMEN AGREE. A druggist in Macon, Ga., says: " have sola a large quantity of Mother* Friend, and have never known en i. stance where it has failed to produce t! good results claimed for it. A!1 wonu agree that it makes labor shorter and let painful." Mother's Friend and wistfully hep ©yes- follow you and her old heart aches for your return of the caresses she has always given her boy. Her step is less elastic now and the roses on her cheeks have faded, chilled by the freezing breezes of old age. The snow drifts of time lie tenderly on her temples. The record of her care for you of her troubles and sorrows, furrowed upon her face-. Some day—it will not be long—you will walk about- the old home with hushed foot- steps. . Into the dear old face 90 strangely white, and while you bend over So catch her parting blessing the Angel of death will glide into her heart and mother will be fast asleep. Thed it may bo with a heart full of remorse for your neglect, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 9 February 1900

*K V" - S v. ••■ \. v.... ' V " "' / 7 i / * GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ^laafttor :.*th VUarict, D. F. Qou, •Utpveaeuiativ* ilMth District,.. .T. H. C. Feery. FI y HK? H J UD1CIAL DISTRICT. Jnd« 50iL IMutriot, .. S L Newton. Attorney <MKb lhatriot, Jo. A.>P. Diokioa District Clerk,...,. J. T. Rttason COUNTY. ■County 3 cdyo, Carter Taylor. Hberiff ami Tax Collector,...... .e. L. Craddook. Treasure.- G. A. Puncher County Attorney, Ben Glasgow Tax Assizor, W. H. Francis •County Clerk J. T. Hanson Surveyo- A. D. Kerr PKECINCT, itommissioner Prec. No. 1,.. G. P. Barber. CommicinioLior Prno. No. 2 Chan, ttandaU. I'ommisBionor Proo. No. 8, T. W. Parker. * OommSwbioiit'i.- Proa. No. 4, J. E. Morris. t J. P. Profcinct Nn. 1 Joe Wheat. Constable Prwcinct No. 1, K*t Shaw. SEURET ORDERS. I. O. O. ff. Beymoni Lodge No. 353. I. 0. O, F., meet a '•very Tl urwiay nijjht. P. N. Taylor, N. O. John Albright, V. ft. W. A. B<?nnott, Sec'y J, W. Pavgnpoit, Treas. W. A. Bciinott, Repr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 9 February 1900

f w >* \: X & 'ittrau '••v ; .. i,, - >*.. •ti • I, ' Don't You IVIarrv the Girl, v Shcean't resist von if you take • * lier out in one of our new Ij^s enougfli to make A To draw one ottJ^ese Easy-J^unningr Vehicles SEYMOUR'S i Let Your Horses Take "a Longr Pull and a Pull • altogether" at our • * 1 We make a Specialty of Plow Har- ness and guarantee to gfive you Satisfaction—anything tliat lea- ves our score rqu&t be right or we will make it ri£fht. E m 'MiW-:-',- mm msm m PHo HEN -• ., y | I, ■ |^,n,, ,t JJ_^4 rt SS® I:®""' :'J .i ■ [Wgf You can see clearly in spite of the Smoke Raised "by our competitors, that Arge- facilities and careful use of them for the benefit of regular customers are the true.principles on which tor-main- tain a successful lumber, business. . With 500*000 feet of and 500,000 8S Used for the benefit of our customers and not divert ed,.we hold our trade. Boti/wap 9 Q>. a (Continued from pave 1.) •ince" its adoption are referred .to providing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 February 1900

(•*: ifp' ;■:-<#> -/K md"!*.:' iww v 7 jsrosff^ ,7 ~-Y"hr ~ )-*/■ Jf <%ji\ V-# •* *t-« / '* *v%* 2% Scutnour :*:.<—*• r^."-•; -r i '"*^rr'rjr -•.;/;7^1 • V. V jots ♦ / UMLUL11 L> r J Vol. 11 No. 14. SEYMOUR. BAYLOR CO., TEX,, FRIDAY, FEB. 16, 1900. . I . I ■ * %. i \ * Whole No. 534. The Great Clearance Sale —On Winter Goods Begins at- R. LiEVlflSO^'s FEB. 16th, 1900 And last until new spring, goods arrive. To^r&duce our stock to its lowest limit is the otyjeect of this sale. Time for profit on winter goods has passed. We are clearing the deck for new spring goods, and , giving the trading public a chance to reap some rare bargains that can't be found elsewhere. Ladies .75 under skirts for 60 Ladies wrappers, ladies tea jackets and ladies vests are all goiug for much less thai* their real value. LADIES' CAPES. $4.00 capes for .$3.00 2.50 capes for 2.00 1,75 capes for 1.40 1.50 capes for 1.20 1.25 capes for... .80 .75 capes for .50 BLANKETS. 1500 blankets for. ... ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 February 1900

"V. <y i I fe\ % r wRsf 1% H #T The Heuas. issued Evtnr FrMijb} GEO. P. BA*BER, Edltoi and Proprietor. BBYMOUI^ - - TEXAS suor. Slang was entertainly cUsonssed [before the Contributors' dkib «f the woman's -college by Miss Oaf* olioa Lambert -Sparrow, Olaes of 1900, of fiichmond; Miss Mary KLONDIKE EASLEY, THE BARBER, ...... And Manufacturer of.... Easily'* Kt0I><Uke Halr Grower, Is etill doing business at the old (Cutaredat the poatofhoe, at Saymear. Texas -*eoond-oiassinHil matter. TEAMS OF 8UBSOR1PTON. Oaecoj>y,oneyear |1.M One copy, oix months, .. . . x It. ©naoopy.threonaontha 40. tW Invariably in advance. If not paid «t.rictJy la advance, $2.00 tor oar Stir will be charged. . Member N. W. T. f. tod N.E. I Ex. Com Fin DAY, FEB. 16, 1899. I Charlotte Orotbers, 1901, ofCrofch-i stand on the north side of the era, Penn., and Miss Annette square opposite court house. Brown Hopkins, 1901, Baltimore. Seymour, : 3 ; Texas. Miss Sparrow said.: "YV« must admit that slnug usu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 February 1900

.JH. . -. f * "* > " ✓ <f *T' • «• r w* f r l/\. Tbe Nations Grocery Bur* 1 In one of our exchanges the dairy commissioner of Wisconsin is Credited with the statement that the aggregate-expenditure of tin United States for food products, exclusive ot metfts, io ..$1,950,000,- 000. This is the-nation's annua grocery bill. The oommissiouei estimates that there are in round numbers 15,000,000 families ir, this country, and he gets $1,950,- ©00,000 total by multiplying the number of families by $130, which , ho estimates is the sum annual y spent by each of the lamilies for groceries. M $130 a year each family is credited with an expendituie of $2.82 a week for groceries, which seems a very low eelimute. Fer- Ba$3 a week would be hearer the mark, and if we start with I bat average we get a yearly bill ol $156 for each family and a total of $2',340,000^00 for the* whole coun- try. A generation ago sugar consti- tuted nearly cne-fourth of the grocery sales of the country, but to-day...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 February 1900

>r>m ■r^r.T The fiecus- lm«4 «*•«• PrW*l by GCO. P. BAR8CR, Kditei and Proprietor. bkymouitt - • TBXAH KiiMnd t tt « po t©fUc . at SifBtw. *•* • iwoad'OlHiinill matter. TERMS OF 8UBSORIPTON. Ouaoopy,«najwt $1.M' One oopr. rii taontha I. On* oopy.tUr** month* .... CT IntrariabLjin adrnne*. • U not Paid strict!/ In $IJ0 for om •ar vilVbAOhargad. «••• III! •••• I •• ••*• Mil 71. *0. Fildi Mm. I Mr ud Mm G 8 Plants treated Falda. Tein Feb. J3th, l«6a t%e j«* g people to a moat de- Editor STiw.: danee at their home last I think the reader* of Um Kbws Saturday evening. The affair [ should have part of the news «o- *M ^®Dor of Burnett ing to waste here, so I now aaake •nd **ne °* my first effort to divide as near IMr and Mri Wants, assisted by equal as loan. J their accomplished daughters, Jobb a Self hu been with u M>«w TreoU* end Greoe, ere fur eeeerel dnye. He telle ae he «" * ew tor their i w.re .« ie in the rece for eheriff of Baylor entertelnere end en taritedcm to county. D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 February 1900

" JT> i. V • ry «■ ' 4 >• On and after March rfirst 1 will be in the new building first <door south of S. Ed* ^wscr&s, where I will tA 1 be pleased to see my many Mends and cus- tfeamers. Will be pleased to see you at my1 old stand until March first. i Respectfully, *W. R. Lee. sSh Notice to Stoektoltare. 'The regular anuaal meeting of tho stockholders of the Haskell & Vhrocfetnorton Telegraph <fe Tele* phone Company will be held at theiFirst National Bank office in «thccity of Seymour, on the first Tuesday in March, £900, the eame' feeing thetith day of faid month, for the purpose of electing a. board of directors and the tran- saction of «uch other business as may properly come before it, sifter which, on the same day and at the ■tome place, the annual meeting of the Board of Director will be held for the purpose of electing officers for <he easurag year and to transact any otfeer business that may properly come before it. O. P. Barbeb, Secretary H. & T....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 February 1900

I I s< * I I 0 ,fe; i, Icy hec«cn« njeihtr* M. The figure U3 fc« proervoi bryood cooitinily eie fectly will the ihaps be preserved. K1 other's Trkr. not only soften* ar.d relaxes the m-.-scki 4tsriflZ the great (train before birth, bitt helpi the duo to contact natural tkcrwzii. . It keep* ufuightiy wrinfcla away, $sd. the ro<ccfo#tn<ferq^th jreUijj their jCabiiity. IttflWf,# Tftyntf is mat hmouf externa liniment which banishes morning siskneu and nervousness during pregnancy; shortens t&bor and makes <t nearly painless; builds up the patient's constitutional strength, so that she emerges from the ordeal without danger. The little one, too, shows the effects c: IflOtlltr't friend by it? robustness and vigor. ^ Soldstdrugstore*fori* bbattle. Send (or our finely lHu tr*Ud b*ok for ex. peeunt otfithert , in < friE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA, OA. or periodical, counting for support upon itA merit*, is presumably de- j *ignfid to induce a new subscription bv f-ihi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 February 1900

i {i 1 GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ' Senator '!l tir Die riot D. P. Qom. Kepres- nutiTe 104 th District,.. .'T. H. C. Peary. f1fvi :th judicial district. J ads a Set'i Olstriot, .8 I. Newton. Attorn, i Sfrt-h District, Jo. A. P. Dickson. District M'i v, J. T. Hanson „' - COUNTY. ■ County ) r.a\-?e *... Carter Taylor. Sheriff T i* Collector .E. L. ('.ruddock. ]£. A. Puncher . . cij Bon Glasgow W.11. Francis . J.T. Hanson . . > a. d. Kerr , I'KiSOIHOT. Conimi uvrPree N'u. 1 G.'P. Bnrber. Comai>tv> • . t'r( o. No. 2, < hn«. Kaudall. Commit > '■' Freo. No. 8 T. W. l'axkor. Cumroi- r I'rec. No. 4. .. .• J K Morris. J; P. P/.oiu^t Ho. 1 Jon Wheat. Ooafitaiil'J Precinct No. 1,., Nut *>tiaw. Treasur . «r CoDDt> Tax Cor/n' tfarroy-.'. : At - • •ntr '• SECRET ORDERS I. 0.0. V. 8«jrmt m Lodse No. 333. I. 0 O, P., meets; •«very Thursday night P. N. Taylor, John 'VlhrU'ht, .... W. A. Ikinrmtt, ... J. W. Dnvbuport W. A. Bennott r Represon .N.G. V.Q. Soc'y rreas. ep...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 February 1900

r fw' I u% -Wv ■ f "* T r i ■■ ■ 'F■*...• , ^ ' jfc. V*' , ' J* f m m OI a ILong- Pull and a Puli Lier" at I our Specialty of Plow Har- . g-.tie^rari'te'^ to give you Satisfaction^anythmo- tliat lea- rriust be rig-tit or will make it; right. Km^^WWAM>'W Awr'W You can see clearly; id: s|)it£<rf the: Smoke Raised 'by our competiitra- that larger .• facilities and careful'use of <:them for' the benefi tto£freg$ilarc customers a * w the true-principles on .which to main- L taina successful lumber businessj. With 5jQ0jQD0 isot oit . 0; x*A M r H i r tf and.500,000 and ju> t diverted, wehoHTour. trade Ticket A««nt,MUia?Texaa. r. Fei tvthi A;pv|iMiiM -seeoeor- . fi. . Ttgmm*, Q a«ral- 9mm§tt and %*e «4 ad ;Mardi Ote* Featffi* «C y^w-Orieene, tbeTexao Set fceile. OoMpfO/ will on SjMetf rooof Iri*. tickets to Itw f)f jDr/otM Cm*, wfch foot r**ai MaWblOth, V, *1- T ' Tfce viirie'elfll rooDingj^nd' trill ft atttme for mtcmI months^ <tfcat>fe *00. fMNDi i VllfJff should notrfc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 23 February 1900

•"V / /ft V'-y / > \ .'V Z <t V- *■ ■ « # t : jt.v* ,r . f .• | -.jf I V If * • " " Vr < $ $ ■ ' "{ : ' ! • ; i<4, , ?X" "■ 1 www Y'V ■' K r f'lj'A Mv..*'- I • . „ I •\v ®i)C Segment Vol. 11 No. 15. SEYMOUR. BAYLOR CO., TEX.. FRIDAY. FEB. 23, 1900. Whole No. 535. rcmwan ❖ # •t" t *f* ifi «y« *f* «f* •§• f «^* *t" |i *i* "f- •?* *f (r 'r v «f v v j* «r v x ▼ t v t t v t t t- -r The Great Clearance Sale ■On Winter Goods Begins at IiEVIHSOH's FEB. 16th, 1900. And last until new spring goods arrive, To reduce our stock to its- lowest limit is objeect of this sale. Time for profit on winter goods has passed. We- are clearing: the deck for new spring goods, and giving the trading public a chance to reap some rare bargains that can't be found elsewhere. Ladies .75 under skirts for GO Ladies wrappprs, ladies tea jackets and ladies vests are all going- for much less than theii? real value. LADIES' CAPES. $4.00 capes for $3.00 2:50 capes for 2.00' 1.75 capes fur .... 1.40 1.50 cap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 23 February 1900

■>v ' I * i i JfV ' 1 R M ,.V- l : jf ' I M: - -j'f ¥ | u Kl t fv '•.* w.' • • r. v >\ r • v A- i tory should be preserved in Apache hieroglyphy. As creatures of earth, and as chil- dren of nature, we should be loyal to the sovereignty of na- ture. There is more beauty, | more joy, in each new spring ■atMwiit uw imMiiM.it Kiramr.tmii J day. with its singing birds and mm"* nodding violets, than dwells in The Nevis- inw4 Ivtri Friday b| OCO. P. BARBCft, Kdltoi and Proprietor. HKYMOUK - • TEXAS TERMS OF SUBBORIPTOM om UMWW.ltl OMM I.UrM tar Invariably i« ad' in ad' iL-SS&SSSL the iron chests of the world. iijK<| The rose and the honeysuckle JJ* waft more fragrance through the valley on the wings of May sa.00 tar ob* I zephyrs, than money can buy Love shines brighter than the a KLONDIKE EASLEY, THE BARBER, ....And MtnoCaetnrerot.... "Eaalqy'a l^loi)dlK« flair Orou/tr." Is still doing business at the old stand on the north side of the square opposite courthouse. Seymour, : :...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 23 February 1900

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Publication Title: Seymour News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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